Protein & Fat Rule
The staple of your dog’s meal is meat. You can buy meat from the grocery store or from the butcher. The fat content should be between 10% and 20%, including any oils you add to your dog’s meals.
All of your dog’s energy requirements come from just three sources: protein, fat and carbohydrate. These macronutrients are the only source of calories (energy) for your dog.
10% to 15% of your dog’s total diet needs to be bone. Puppies need at least 12% and up to 15% bone.
It’s important that your dog’s bone is raw … cooking bones will cause them to dry out and this can create dangerous sharp edges.
Organ Meat Rule
Liver should be 10% of the diet. Heart should be 5% of the diet. These organs are essential.
You should also try to get kidney, pancreas, spleen, lung, eyes, brain, sweetbread and green tripe. These can be an additional 5% to 10% of the diet, if your dog can tolerate it. A simple way to get organs is to add them as a supplement like Ancestral supplements Human grade Or Guts & Glory
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